The Peugeot 404 Break Wagon 1963 is an iconic French classic, boasting vintage style and unique retro appeal. With its blacked-out grille, sleek lines, and iconic 'ponton' fenders, this iconic classic stands out in any crowd. This particular car has been well-maintained, appearing in good condition both inside and out. The exterior is finished in off-white with a perfectly preserved burgundy interior. The roof rack and chrome trim accentuate the car's vintage feel, while the wide, curved windows provide an expansive view of the road. Under the hood is a 1.6-liter engine that offers smooth performance with plenty of power. The four-cylinder employs double-barrel carburetors and the Paris-Rouen-Le-Mans Special HE4B head to generate up to 80hp. The 3-speed manual transmission is easy to use and shift, providing unparalleled control over the car's power delivery. The brakes are strong and dependable, while the suspension system provides a comfortable ride. Inside, the cabin is spacious and inviting, with comfortable seating for five. The letterbox-style dashboard houses all the necessary gauges, with additional features like the clock, AM/FM radio and cigarette lighter tucked neatly in the glove box. Even after more than 50 years, all the interior components remain intact and functional. A classic Peugeot 404 Break Wagon is essential for any enthusiast looking for a piece of history. With its timeless style and dependable build quality, it's sure to capture the spirit of automotive aficionados young and old.
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